Linkin Park

blind spots

Mike Shinoda Listens to 'Reign In Blood': "I'm Going to Piss Off Slayer Fans"

The Linkin Park co-founder and solo artist might be the only person who’s played Ozzfest and worked with Rick Rubin who's never checked out Slayer’s 1986 thrash classic.
Josh Terry
11.29.18
Deep Ass Questions

What Is the Millennial "Stairway to Heaven?" A Battle Royale

Is it Kanye? Coldplay? Could it be... Keane?
Phil Witmer
12.27.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Run the Jewels Dedicated a Song to Chester Bennington on 'Kimmel' Last Night

They were joined by Trina and Joi for their performance, too.
Lauren O'Neill
7.22.17
In Memoriam

Chester Bennington and Linkin Park Made It OK to Be Weird

The singer and his band provided an eternal soundtrack for frustration, anger, and loneliness.
Kim Kelly
7.21.17
Breaking News

Linkin Park Singer Chester Bennington Is Dead at 41

Bennington is said to have taken his own life.
Noisey Staff
7.20.17
Future Days

Rap Rock Is Actually Awesome and We Have Public Enemy to Thank for It

Last week, Public Enemy released their 14th album as a free download. We trace the group's impact, from 90s grunge to nü-metal and everything in between.
Drew Millard
7.6.17
Internet Exploring

Jon Sudano, Last Emperor of the Meme, Will Be Singing "All Star" as the World Burns

Behold Evanescence bleeding into Linkin Park, becoming Eminem and then Rick Entire Astley.
Ryan Bassil
4.4.17
Holy Shit

Welcome to Earth: Where a Mash Up of Linkin Park’s “Numb” and Seinfeld’s Theme Song is one of About Three Good Things

Yes, you read that correctly.
Issy Beech
1.30.17
Objectively Correct Lists

Ten Iconic Remixes of Smash Mouth’s “All Star”, the Most Important Song of 2016

“My world's on fire, how about yours?”
Emma Garland
12.24.16
Longreads Or Whatever

Beyond LinkinBall Z: The History of the Anime Music Video

They tried so hard and got so far, but in the end, what do AMVs really matter?
Phil Witmer
7.13.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

You Didn't Ask for It, but Here's Linkin Park's "In the End" Recreated Using Movie Clips

The opening piano line is played by Tom Hanks when he visits that toy shop in Big, and it only gets better from there.
Emma Garland
1.12.16
Features

Music For Relief Presents Relief Live Featuring Linkin Park and Steve Aoki

A killer show with Linkin Park and friends, an open bar, amazing food, and helping those in need.
Noisey Staff
9.29.15
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